David,I am relieved that you and Mathew are evidently still bullish on NZT, because it seems the market is determined to prove otherwise. Since your post on 5/12/06 it has dropped another 5%, tht is in addition to the 20% drop since its high point about 5/1/06.Even today, it continues its decline. Is there any idea about what kind of news or event will put some pep back into this stock price. I wish that I could say one year from now all this will be behind us, but I am having my doubts.The only thing I can imagine is that if the general market goes into a bearish decline that will make investors flee to the higher dividend payers such as NZT, if it continues to be a high dividend payer.It is still not clear to me if there is an over reaction to the new government policies, or whether no one really knows yet what effect, if any, these policies will have on NZT income and dividends.Henry
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